Saturday, July 22nd – 7:30-10:00 pm
jazz club! when lights are low…
$15 cover charge
The Jazz Philanthropists Union presents…
Jesse Levit, sax & EWI
Adam Shulman, piano
Lorca Hart, drums
A native of Oakland, California, Jesse Levit started playing saxophone and piano at the age of seven. After winning numerous honors and holding the lead alto chair in both the SFJAZZ High School All-Star Band and the Monterey Jazz Festival All-Star Band, he has had the opportunity to perform with such talents as James Moody, Frank Lacy, Jim McNeely, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Jane Monheit, Wynton Marsalis, Eddie Daniels, Peter Erskine, Wycliffe Gordon, Frankye Kelly, Sam Rivers, Dave Liebman, Lenny Pickett, Khalil Shaheed, Mark Levine, Diane Witherspoon, Benny Green, Stefon Harris, Seamus Blake, and Rufus Reid. He has been featured on three CDs: Oaktown Jazz, Pocketized, and Excursions. Jesse currently resides in New York City and recently graduated with a master’s degree from Manhattan School of Music. He performs regularly on sax, EWI, and piano in numerous venues around NYC, the Bay Area, and beyond.
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